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BOUND BY BLACK ebook ISBN: 1470914395
Author: Compiled by D.j.W.
Number of Pages: N.A 
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Bound in Black

Bound in Black ebook ISBN: 1640632190
Publisher: Entangled: Select Otherworld
Author: Juliette Cross
Number of Pages: 325 
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Genevieve Drake is on a dangerous mission—to find the soul collector, Lethe, and enter the deepest, darkest level of the underworld, where no one has ever gone into and returned. But nothing can prevent her from going after the precious treasure Lethe stole from her. Genevieve endures challenge after challenge against demon spawn and foul creatures while there, and each triumph strengthens her Vessel power, leading toward full awakening, at which time she will become invincible against the hosts of darkness. But when an old enemy makes a surprising appearance, she is tested to the point of breaking and risks remaining in this dark abyss forever. When Prince Bamal finally reveals their secret weapon, will Genevieve have the strength to survive? Even more, when her guardian angel, Thomas, reveals his sinister secret, will she finally fall into darkness and forsake the fate of the world for her broken heart. Each book in The Vessel Trilogy is best enjoyed in order. Series Order: Book #1: Forged in Fire Book #2: Sealed in Sin Book #3: Bound in Black

Demon Bound

Demon Bound ebook ISBN: 9781429969208
Publisher: St. Martin\'s Paperbacks
Author: Caitlin Kittredge
Number of Pages: 352 
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Thirteen years ago, Jack Winter lay dying in a graveyard. Jack called upon a demon and traded his soul for his life... and now the demon is back to collect its due. But Jack has finally found something to live for. Her name is Pete Caldecott, and because of her, Jack's not going to Hell without a fight. Pete doesn't know about Jack's bargain, but she does know that something bigger and far more dangerous than Jack's demon is growing in the Black. Old gods are stirring and spirits are rising--and Jack doesn't stand a chance of stopping them without Pete's help.

Bound in Black

Bound in Black ebook ISBN:
Author: Steven De Luca
Number of Pages: 399 
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Galdor the Green, great and powerful leader of the Lifting Plateau dragons, finds himself magically incarcerated--without means of escape--deep within an underground cavern. Deceived by the dragon, Blaze, once friend and ally, a black scaled, black-hearted liar and master of deception. A lot can happen to a dragon in a hundred years and the constant emotional turmoil, and starvation, weigh heavy on his heart. Now, close to the brink of insanity, Galdor is plagued with nightmares over the havoc the deceitful Blaze will inflict upon his lost colony. Yet, there is hope. The key to his return, lies in his past... with a human sorcerer. And another black dragon. With his rival safely out of the way, Blaze the usurper is free to advance his coup unchecked. Dragons have become soft under Galdor's complacent rule. It is up to him to restore his species to their rightful place, using his new found magic to strengthen his position and teach dragons how to really behave. As his magic grows, so does his ambition, and with it an unknown influence of unstoppable power, never before seen on his world. Once fully ensconced as Galdor's replacement, Blaze will deal with the hateful humans, and by fang and flame, he will teach them the way of the dragon. Skies will burn. Dragons will clash. Enemies, old and new, will die.

Glory Bound

Glory Bound ebook ISBN: 9780815627340
Publisher: Syracuse University Press
Author: David K. Wiggins
Number of Pages: 324 
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Glory Bound demonstrates how the civil rights movement changed the face of American athletics and society forever. With the genesis of the black power movement in sport, Wiggins notes a significant shift in black--and white--America's attention to the African American athlete.

Black Comics

Black Comics ebook ISBN: 1441168478
Publisher: A&C Black
Author: Sheena C. Howard,Ronald L. Jackson II
Number of Pages: 224 
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Winner of the 2014 Will Eisner Award for Best Scholarly/Academic Work. Bringing together contributors from a wide-range of critical perspectives, Black Comics: Politics of Race and Representation is an analytic history of the diverse contributions of Black artists to the medium of comics. Covering comic books, superhero comics, graphic novels and cartoon strips from the early 20th century to the present, the book explores the ways in which Black comic artists have grappled with such themes as the Black experience, gender identity, politics and social media. Black Comics: Politics of Race and Representation introduces students to such key texts as: The work of Jackie Ormes Black women superheroes from Vixen to Black Panther Aaron McGruder's strip The Boondocks

Where I'm Bound

Where I'm Bound ebook ISBN:
Publisher: Praeger
Author: Sidonie Smith
Number of Pages: 194 
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Bound for Freedom

Bound for Freedom ebook ISBN: 0520249909
Publisher: Univ of California Press
Author: Douglas Flamming
Number of Pages: 467 
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A definitive, illustrated account of Los Angeles's black community in the half century before World War I details African-American community life and political activism during the city's transformation from a small town to a sprawling metropolis. Reprint.

The Landscape Album

The Landscape Album ebook ISBN:
Author: William Westall
Number of Pages: N.A 
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Black Salt

Black Salt ebook ISBN: 1781388946
Publisher: Liverpool University Press
Author: Ray Costello
Number of Pages: 246 
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During the Age of Sail, black seamen could be found in many shipboard roles in the Royal Navy, such as gunners, deck-hands and 'top men', working at heights in the rigging. In the later Age of Steam, black seamen were more likely to be found on merchantmen below deck; as cooks, stewards and stokers. Nevertheless, the navy was possibly a unique institution in that black and white could work alongside each other more than in any other occupation. In this fascinating work, Dr. Ray Costello examines the work and experience of seamen of African descent in Britain's navy, from impressed slaves to free Africans, British West Indians, and British-born Black sailors. Seamen from the Caribbean and directly from Africa have contributed to both the British Royal Navy and Merchant Marine from at least the Tudor period and by the end of the period of the British Slave Trade at least three percent of all crewmen were black mariners. Black sailors signed off in British ports helped the steady growth of a black population. In spite of racial prejudice in port, relationships were forged between sailors of different races which frequently ignored expected norms when working and living together in the isolated world of the ship. Black seamen on British ships have served as by no means a peripheral force within the British Royal and Mercantile navies and were not only to be found working in both the foreground and background of naval engagements throughout their long history, but helping to ensure the supply of foodstuffs and the necessities of life to Britain. Their experiences span the gamut of sorrow and tragedy, heroism, victory and triumph.

Black Fox

Black Fox ebook ISBN: 1466826770
Publisher: St. Martin\'s Paperbacks
Author: Matt Braun
Number of Pages: 304 
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Black Fox Matt Braun Based on a true story For decades the Texas plains ran with the blood of natives and settlers, as pioneers carved out ranch land from ancient Indian hunting grounds and the U.S. Army turned the tide of battle. Now the Civil War has begun, and the Army is pulling out of Fort Belknap—giving the Comanches a new chance for victory and revenge. Led by the remarkable warrior, Little Buffalo, the Comanche and Kiowa are united in a campaign to wipe out the settlers forever. But in their way stand two remarkable men... Allan Johnson is a former plantation owner. Britt Johnson was once his family slave, now a freed man facing a new kind of hatred on the frontier. Together, with a rag-tag volunteer army, they'll stand up for their hopes and dreams in a journey of courage and conscience that will lead to victory...or a battle to the death.

Black Monday

Black Monday ebook ISBN: 1416549889
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Author: Bob Reiss
Number of Pages: 352 
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A plague that will cause the death of millions. A plague that will destroy countries. A plague that will plunge the world into a dark age. A plague that will make nobody sick... When the first planes go down -- in Europe, in California, in Asia -- authorities blame terrorists. All flights are grounded as world leaders try to figure out how the global assault has been coordinated. And when cars, ships, and factories stop running too, it becomes clear that the common link is oil. Somehow a microbe, genetically engineered to destroy petroleum, has infected the world supply. The world descends into a new dark age. Dr. Gregory Gillette, an epidemiologist with the Centers for Disease Control, is a disease hunter specializing in microbes that attack human beings. When the Pentagon taps him to be part of the Rapid Response Team assembled to track and kill the devastating Delta-3 bacteria, he quickly discovers that his expertise is ignored, his presence meaningless. The leader of the task force is an old nemesis who sidelines Gillette. Gillette returns home to Washington, where he watches in horror as food becomes scarce, neighbor attacks neighbor, and government collapses. With winter approaching, the capital faces anarchy and Gillette faces a choice: to stay with his family or to disobey orders and find the microbes' antidote through clues that may not even be real.

Generation and Numbers

Generation and Numbers ebook ISBN: 9780965805209
Author: J. Alva Scruggs
Number of Pages: 251 
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Health in the City

Health in the City ebook ISBN: 1479873063
Publisher: NYU Press
Author: Tanya Hart
Number of Pages: 336 
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Shortly after the dawn of the twentieth century, the New York City Department of Health decided to address what it perceived as the racial nature of health. It delivered heavily racialized care in different neighborhoods throughout the city: syphillis treatment among African Americans, tuberculosis for Italian Americans, and so on. It was a challenging and ambitious program, dangerous for the providers, and troublingly reductive for the patients. Nevertheless, poor and working-class African American, British West Indian, and Southern Italian women all received some of the nation’s best health care during this period. Health in the City challenges traditional ideas of early twentieth-century urban black health care by showing a program that was simultaneously racialized and cutting-edge. It reveals that even the most well-meaning public health programs may inadvertently reinforce perceptions of inferiority that they were created to fix.

We're Heaven Bound!

We're Heaven Bound! ebook ISBN: 9780820321127
Publisher: University of Georgia Press
Author: Gregory D. Coleman
Number of Pages: 200 
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More than one million people from all walks of life have been uplifted and entertained by Heaven Bound, the folk drama that follows, through song and verse, the struggles between Satan and a band of pilgrims on their way down the path of glory that leads to the golden gates. Staged annually and without interruption for more than seventy years at Big Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Atlanta, Heaven Bound is perhaps the longest running black theater production. Here, a lifelong member of Big Bethel with many close ties to Heaven Bound recounts its lively history and conveys the enduring power and appeal of an Atlanta tradition that is as much a part of the city as Coca-Cola or Gone with the Wind.

Bound in Wedlock

Bound in Wedlock ebook ISBN: 0674237455
Publisher: Belknap Press
Author: Tera W. Hunter
Number of Pages: 404 
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Tera W. Hunter offers the first comprehensive history of African American marriage in the nineteenth century and into the Jim Crow era. She reveals the practical ways couples adopted, adapted, or rejected White Christian ideas of marriage, creatively setting their own standards for conjugal relationships under conditions of uncertainty and cruelty.--